Garnet Lake is a small lake in the southern Adirondacks, within sight of Crane Mountain. Part of the lake is developed, but the far end is state-owned and wild. There are good mountain views from the water, and several choice campsites... none of them that difficult to reach.
Let's spend a weekend camping on this scenic waterway. It shouldn't take long to reach one of the campsites, so there will be time for side trips. Shall we hike to nearby Lizard Pond, or maybe bushwhack up Mount Blue?
Come join us!
Photo: Paddling Garnet Lake
Photo: Lizard Pond
Paddling Distance: About 0.5 to 1 mile of paddling to reach a campsite, plus more for exploring.
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Risk Statement: While we never deliberately court dangerous situations, the exploration of wilderness areas implies personal risk, such as being injured in a remote area. By participating in any Adirondack Wilderness Explorer event, you agree to assume full responsibility for the personal safety and well being of yourself and your guests.
Seasonal Conditions: Summer is here! Expect to encounter a few bugs in addition to sun and warm weather. Don't be surprised if the nights are a little cool.
What to Bring:
Hamilton / Saratoga / Warren County, New York